They summoned Mr. Rizzo and desired him to spell the word “anthropoid.”
In and among the rest he inserted the words “rhinoceros” and “anthropoid.”
This left them, in the end, with “rhinoceros” and “anthropoid.”
There is thus verily a close blood-relationship between the human species and the anthropoid apes.
In the anthropoid ape we already find the family, but not the clan.
Conjugal life is a heritage from ancestors who lived in a similar way to the anthropoid apes of the present day.
A white foam dripped from the chattering lips of the anthropoid.
The anthropoid apes are not social, but live in families, and are very unprogressive.
From these last, anthropoid apes and man have, he believes, been evolved.
It is large in the anthropoid apes, especially in the orang, in which it is very long and spirally convoluted.
anthropoid an·thro·poid (ān'thrə-poid')
Resembling human beings in structure and form.
Of or belonging to the family of great apes including the gorilla, chimpanzee, and orangutan.
Resembling or characteristic of an ape; apelike.